This article looks at stomatitis, a condition that can affect cats. Read on to find out more!
What are some symptoms of stomatitis?
The most common symptom is severe inflammation of the mouth, which manifests itself externally by ulcers around the lips and gums. The cat may also have yellow or pale patches of fatty tissue in the mouth. The gums may be swollen, red, puffy or spongy, while secondary infections can lead to abscesses and other complications.
Puppy desexing, which is also known as neutering or spaying, is a very common sterilisation procedure that can be performed by pretty much any veterinarian that treats dogs and other pets. These are a few top signs that you should consider scheduling an appointment with your veterinarian so that you can have your puppy desexed.
You Need to Take Your Puppy to the Vet Anyway
If you have just purchased or adopted your puppy, there is a good chance that you need to take it to the vet anyway.
The rapid appearance of a lump on your body is something that should be checked out. It's not just your body either — when your dog experiences the sudden growth of a mass on their body, you need to schedule an appointment with local vet services. Such a growth might just turn out to be a fatty lipoma, which is a common complaint in dogs, particularly as they grow older. But is a fatty lipoma going to be dangerous for your pooch?
Pets are popular all across Australia, from the millions of people who own cats and dogs to the more niche animals like parrots and snakes. One thing is for sure, no matter what pet you own, you want to ensure it has the best life possible and a large part of the enjoyment your pet gets is from the food you feed it. The diet of your pet is crucial to their overall mental state and their interaction with you and the world around them.
Are the eyes of your four-legged friend inflamed, red and swollen? You shouldn't assume the puppy is allergic to dust or that something hit their eye. Such symptoms could indicate other serious underlying problems. So you should take your puppy to a veterinarian to know the cause of their troubled eyes and the treatment they should get. Here are signs indicating that all isn't well with your puppy's eyes:
Eyes Are Dull